Hoonipigasus 3D livery template model

(1 customer review)



  • Dimensions based on freely available data
  • Model fully editable in Blender (native .blend file)
  • OBJ and FBX file formats included for import into all major 3D software such as Maya, 3DS, Adobe Substance and more
  • Model comes setup in Adobe Dimension with materials.
  • Edit livery directly in Adobe Photoshop or Gimp (layered Photoshop file supplied)

1 review for Hoonipigasus 3D livery template model

  1. Peter Delouise

    Really easy to apply graphics to

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About this model

Just add your livery and render, it’s that easy.

Hoonipigasus is a custom-built Porsche 911 that was created by professional rally driver and Gymkhana star Ken Block and his team, Hoonigan Racing. The car was specifically designed to compete in the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, a famous race that takes place in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA.

The name “Hoonipigasus” is a play on the word “hoon” (a slang term used to describe reckless driving) and “Pegasus” (a mythical winged horse). The car features a distinctive livery, with a matte black and gold color scheme, along with custom bodywork and a large rear wing.

Under the hood, the Hoonipigasus is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six engine, which produces over 900 horsepower. The car also features a custom all-wheel-drive system, which helps it to put down the power more effectively.

Ken Block and the Hoonigan Racing team entered the Hoonipigasus in the 2019 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, where it competed in the Time Attack 1 class. Despite facing stiff competition from other high-powered race cars, Block was able to pilot the Hoonipigasus to a third-place finish in his class.

Overall, the Hoonipigasus is an impressive feat of engineering and a testament to Ken Block’s skills as a driver and car builder.

We maintain a low poly count and enough detail so that your renders pop. This 3D model is available as a multi-layered file with accompanying UVs.

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